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The Cross Cut: Traditional Ontario Folk Songs Revisited Exhibit will be on display at the Peterborough County Agricultural Building. CBC’s Edith Fowke collected folk songs in rural Ontario during the 1950s—many in Peterborough County. Traditional music came to Ontario with European settlers. Lyrics and tunes were adapted to local experiences and the personal preferences of the players, and these offer a reflection of society at different moments in history.
A symphony of glorious colour, lyrical gestures, and expressive forms. This is the world of one of Canada’s most significant abstract artists - Paul Fournier. Oeno Gallery is privileged to present a collection of Paul Fournier’s work in concert with a few friends…a celebration of a career that has spanned more than six decades.
Dean Regan presents a stunning tribute to one of country music’s greatest stars! One of the all-time legends of country music, Patsy Cline’s enduring legacy crosses generations, musical genres, and nations. Featuring all her biggest hits (Crazy, Walkin’ After Midnight), A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline will tell her story and have you singing all the way home.
Northumberland Players welcome you to attend their production of All My Sons. During WWII, Joe Keller and Steve Deever ran a machine shop which made airplane parts. Deever was sent to prison because the firm turned out defective parts, causing the deaths of many men. Keller went free and made a lot of money. The twin shadows of this catastrophe and the fact that the young Keller son was reported missing during WWII dominate the action.